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AndyT added a video. 2 minutes ago

Salmon Tails Up the River

Old English folk tune, played in first position on a Hohner Meisterklasse in the key of G.

spideryak replied to the topic 'Hi from George, South Africa!' in the forum. 2 hours 3 minutes ago

Well, that quite a bit aways nice to hear from you.
Sounds like you'll have a good jump on it since you play other instruments as well..
It's all timing and rhythm you can make it as simple or intricate as you want once you get going on it..
Good luck
Have fun

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wahoo created a new topic ' new member' in the forum. 4 hours 13 minutes ago

hi new harp player - from idaho

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keith replied to the topic 'notes' in the forum. 4 hours 34 minutes ago

Could be for draw, blow or bend. There seems to be quite a few ways in which tunes are tabulated.

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Bouncernev created a new topic ' notes' in the forum. 4 hours 54 minutes ago

I have been learning beginner harmonica for a while but I have come across some tunes where there is a letter next to some of the numbers and I don't know what they mean. can anyone enlighten me. cheers Nev.

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Mouton created a new topic ' Hi from George, South Africa!' in the forum. 5 hours 20 minutes ago

Hey guys!

Just starting out on the harp. Have been wanting to play for years, but somehow things conspired to prevent me.

I play guitar, bass and drums mostly in a blues/rock or blues kind of vibe and am involved in an informal band where i mostly play lead guitar.

Looking forward to mingling here and meeting fellow harp enthusiasts!

TJ

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Bouncernev created a new topic ' Hi everyone' in the forum. 5 hours 35 minutes ago

HI, May I introduce myself, I name is Neville Upton I am 57yr old married man with 3 children and 9 grandchildren, I have been learning to play the harmonica for a few months, and my wife says I'm getting good. that's debateable though. hope to speak to you all soon. Nev.

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wes013 created a new topic ' Hello from Nashville' in the forum. 7 hours 18 minutes ago

I trust that this message will find each of you doing well. My name is Wes, and I'm from just outside of Nashville, TN. I've recently purchased my first harp (Suzuki Hammond ~ C), and am eager to begin learning. I have zero musical background, so it's a bit overwhelming right now. Honestly, I'm not sure where to begin the process. My son will be picking up piano soon, and my wife is strumming the guitar...So, I couldn't let them leave me behind. Thus, my interest in learning the Harmonica. I look forward to future dialogue with the group, and hope to soak up as much knowledge as posssible.

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JamesA has liked a Video 2 days ago

aint no sunshine - harmonica C

BruceRoscoe created a new topic ' Ultra Bend by Suzuki' in the forum. 2 days ago

I'm looking into the Suzuki Ultra Bend. Has anyone purchased one? I've been playing diatonic harps (still not very good) but I'm also thinking about a Seydel Chromatic. Any thoughts?

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george replied to the topic 'Your Other Hobbies?' in the forum. 3 days ago

I came across a song, "Whiskey on a Sunday," about a Haitian in Scotland that made his way in the world with a plank and three dancing dolls. I remembered that we had used dancing dolls when we played for the elementary schools for our children, and decided to see if I could make one that would fit with our Irish playing. It looks good, it dances nicely, it always smiles, but now I have to find a way to play and make the doll dance at the same time. I know there's a neck holder for the harmonica, but now I need to find a holder of some type for the plank and doll!
Geo.

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Marcy added a video. 4 days ago

Oh Susannah - Old Time Harmonica

Here's a fun tune for old-time harmonica on a C Hohner Rocket played in first position with tongue blocking.

Marcy Thanks very much, you two. 3 days ago
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george Marcy: Didn't put it together without the banjo in the pic. Really nice playing. Really nice understanding of the folk tradition. Too many times... Show more 3 days ago
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Marcy Thanks, George. I appreciate that. That's definitely my goal. 3 days ago
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keith replied to the topic 'Slowing music tracks down' in the forum. 5 days ago

I have a feeling that all movie players will have this feature somewhere. :)

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george replied to the topic 'Slowing music tracks down' in the forum. 5 days ago

I guess I was so caught up in trying to put my recordings into wav or mp3 to even think about slowing or speeding a piece or section. And there it is, although I'm on the free version and the button and slider are on the left. This might come in really handy later. Thanks for knowing and thanks for sharing.
Geo.

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keith replied to the topic 'Slowing music tracks down' in the forum. 5 days ago

Just installed audacity to check, & yes you can, (right hand side, about half way down, next to a green pointer).

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george replied to the topic 'Slowing music tracks down' in the forum. 6 days ago

Erk: I wasn't aware the Audacity had a speed control. Can you explain more. I have taped on Audacity and found it really good.
Geo.

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erk replied to the topic 'Slowing music tracks down' in the forum. 6 days ago

Another option is to use Audacity.

Find it here: audacityteam.org/

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keith replied to the topic 'Slowing music tracks down' in the forum. 6 days ago

You can also do this in VLC media player on linux & BSD.
(Menu bar = Playback > Speed > Slower)

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keith replied to the topic 'Harmonica Happy 2.0' in the forum. 6 days ago

As we cyclists say, you need N+1. ;)
(Where N = the number of cycles you own already.)

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